This program is about 1 hour long
(Islamabad: Zain Verjee) The tension in nuclear-armed Pakistan featured; scenes shown of the mass protests and mass arrests. [Voice of lawyer in hiding Ayesha Tammy HAQ- comments.] [Former Prime Minister Benazir BHUTTO- says we ended up in martial law.] [Center for International and Strategic Studies Arnaud De BORCHGRAVE- calls it the most dangerous crisis in the world since Pakistan is spinning out of control.] The extent of the lawyer-led demonstrations in Pakistan discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Report introduced.
(Washington: Joe Johns) Keeping Them Honest report on how Pakistan is spending US-given aid presented; statistics on US funding for Pakistan's role in the war on terror cited. [Center for International and Strategic Studies Rick BARTON- cites the amount going directly to the Pakistani military; calls it a handshake deal.] [Pakistani ambassador to US Mahmud Ali DURANI- cites Pakistan's accountability.] [Senator Patrick LEAHY - questions where the money goes.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with CNN terrorism analyst Peter Bergen and "Newsweek International" editor Fareed Zakaria about Pakistan. [BERGEN - says there is a dropoff in advances against the Taliban so the money to Pakistan is less helpful; states no one knows what happens next and that Musharraf believes he can save the country.] [ZAKARIA - says the US is trapped in the war on terrorism: that it needs the help of the Pakistan military; states Pakistan likes a weak Afghanistan so they only do so much against the Taliban; suggests there will be a negotiated succession.]
(The Border: Abbie Boudreau) An investigation into where the money donated to fund the Minutemen's patrols of the US-Mexico border and to build a fence goes examined; scenes shown from along the border. [In several instances, Minuteman Civil Defense Corps leader Chris SIMCOX- speaks out.] [Two VOLUNTEERS, former Minuteman leaders Bob WRIGHT, David JONES- comment.]
(The border: Abbie Boudreau) An investigation into where the money donated to fund the Minutemen's patrols of the US-Mexico border and put up a border fence goes examined; scenes shown from along the border where there is almost no Minuteman fencing; details given about where is the donated money. [Former Minuteman leaders David JONES, Bob WRIGHT, two RANCHERS, Cochise County, Arizona, board supervisor Paul NEWMAN- comment on the fence.] Minuteman Civil Defense Corps leader Chris Simcox's declining of interview requests noted. The new developments along the border about current fence building discussed.
(Studio: Erica Hill) The US casualties in Iraq for the year 2007; the approval by the Senate Judiciary Committee of the nomination of Michael Mukasey for attorney general; the fallout for the "Desperate Housewives" due to the writer's strike reported. A cell phone bandit filming upskirt in a Florida Wal-Mart shown and discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Findings of the new CNN poll of Clinton's slipping lead cited.
(Newton, Iowa: Candy Crowley) A Clinton interview presented. [In speeches, CLINTON - talks about why she is running and what women want.] [CLINTON - admits it was not her top debate; says being attacked is what happens in campaigns; comments on her strong support, how it is exciting to be running to become the first woman president.] [At Wellesley College, CLINTON - talks about the "all-boys club of presidential politics."]
(Iowa: Tom Foreman) The presidential election campaigning in Iowa; the chaos among Democrats in Congress over a motion to impeach Vice President Dick Cheney; President Bush's vetoes of water projects; charges from Fred Thompson that Republican rival Mitt Romney is buying votes in South Carolina via rampant campaign spending; the one-day Internet fund-raising campaign by Representative Ron Paul reported. [Iowans Steve NELTNER, Beckie LANSING - comment on the race.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The coming CNN debates previewed.
(New York: Soledad O'Brien) The girl soldiers of Uganda forced to serve in the resistance army featured; scenes shown from northern Uganda of those who were once child soldiers; details given about the non-profit Empowering Hands that helps former soldiers through counseling and small loans. [In interview, former child soldier Empowering Hands Maurine AKELLO- recounts what happened to her and how she was hated when she went home because she had been abducted; explains how she came to Empowering Hands.] ["Glamour" magazine editor Cindi LEIVE- talks about the group.]
(Studio: Erica Hill) A deadly suicide bombing in Afghanistan; the shooting of a Miami high school teacher; the rising oil and gasoline prices; surgery in India for a girl born with four arms and four legs reported; scenes shown of the girl.